Sixth seed, Daniel Evans lost his ATP 250 first round match in Munich with Maxime Crissy over two days. The successful fight was started in Bavaria by Ilya Iwachka, and inspired last year’s edition.

Marcin Mutica

Daniel Evans

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The first round match of the ATP Tour was played in Munich between Maxime Crissy and Daniel Evans over the course of two days. It started on Monday but stopped after a game only due to rain. On Tuesday, after the appeal, the American looked better and unexpectedly defeated the sixth-seeded Briton 6:4, 6:4.

Chrissy sent seven aces, scored 37 of 49 points alone, and made four defeats. In the second round, he will face American Emile Rossofory.

Ilya Iwaszka was the sensation of the previous edition of the BMW Open. Starting with the elimination, he reached the semi-finals, defeating, among other things, Alexandra Zverev. The conflict in Bavaria this year began with a 6:4, 3:6, 6:3 victory over Mackenzie MacDonald. Another competitor of the tennis player from Minsk is Nikoloz Basilashvili, who is defending the title.

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On Tuesday, German fans also had reasons to be happy. Oscar Otti gave only three qualifiers to Marco Topo. In the 1/8 finals, Germany will face Riley Opelka, the “three” championship. Hugo Gaston also advanced to the second round. After three hundred and more than two and a half hours, the French turned out to be better than Marcos Giron.

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BMW Open, Munich (Germany)
ATP 250, clay courts, total prize money of 543.5 thousand. euro
Tuesday 26 April

Individual first round:

Maxime Creasy (US) beat Daniel Evans (UK 6), 6-4, 6-4
Elga Iwaszka (Belarus) beat Mackenzie McDonald (US) 6:4, 3:6, 6:3
Hugo Gaston (France) beat Marcos Giron (US) 6:4, 6:7 (4), 7:5
Oscar Otti (Germany) beat Marco Topo (Serbia, Q) 6-1, 6-2

a lot for free: Alexander Zverev (Germany, 1); Casper Rudd (Norway, 2); Riley Opelka (USA, 3); Nikoloz Basilashvili (Georgia, 4 years old)

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